Culture

Festival celebrates UNESCO recognition of Bai Choi singing
To celebrate Vietnam’s Bai Choi (folk singing), which has been recognised by UNESCO as an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity, an art festival is being held in south central Binh Dinh province’s Quy Nhon city.
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Artist Hoang Viet: measures needed to preserve and promote traditional art form

Less than a month after ‘Bai Choi’ singing was added to the UNESCO Representative List of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity, the first individual live show has been organised in Binh Dinh province to honour this unique folklore style of singing.Go »
New Year celebrated in Quy Nhon City

Thousands of city dwellers took down the streets to enjoy the New Year's Eve firework show and joined in the countdown event at Quy Nhon’s Nguyen Tat Thanh Square on December 31.Go »
First live show of Bai Choi hosted in Quy Nhon

The first live show of Bai Choi performed by the artist Hoang Viet is about to take place in Quy Nhon tonight.Go »
126 beautiful images on Vietnam's Central regions

126 photos featuring the economic and cultural activities in 10 provinces and cities, including Binh Dinh were displayed at a photo exhibition held in Quy Nhon on December 31.Go »
Explore Quy Nhon Cathedral

A pointed pencil-shaped bell tower is a reason behind its local name “Nhon” church.Go »
32rd death anniversary of poet Xuan Dieu marked

An incense offering ceremony marking the 32rd death anniversary of poet Xuan Dieu was held at the province’s Culture Center on December 17.Go »
Nguyen Sinh Sac’s 88th death anniversary commemorated

A commemoration ceremony to mark the 88th death anniversary of Nguyen Sinh Sac, late President Ho Chi Minh's father, was held on December 14 at Quang Trung Museum.Go »
Quy Nhon to host New Year Countdown 2018 party

A countdown party to welcome New Year 2018 will take place at Quy Nhon’s Nguyen Tat Thanh Square on December 31.Go »
Bai Choi folk singing: Road to become world heritage

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has included Vietnam’s Bai Choi folk singing in its list of intangible cultural heritage of humanity.Go »
The vitality of Bai Choi

Binh Dinh is considered one of cradles of Bai Choi folk singing.Go »
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